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LaCie speakers have burned. Help!


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I powered my LaCie speakers with the wrong power adapter and the chip ESMT
AD 8256A have burned. I didn't find it in Moscow, Russia where I leave , neither on eBay.
Please help to find necessary spear part with delivery to Moscow.
Thanks.
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Don't know about the rest of the world. But, here in the U.S., extremely unlikely you'll find spare parts for a set of $50 speakers - these would be considered throwaway since the minimum labor charge would be more than the price of purchasing a new set.

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It is inTexas day passed and “let it be”, but here in Moscow – morgadge, traffic jams an very expensive drugs...

The topic is still urgent.
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It's going to be very difficult to find those Chips. I will google them and see what I can find, but I think it would just be better to replace those speakers for all the trouble it will be to find those parts.
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